"The American ancestor was Richard Bullock, born in the county of Essex, England, in 1622, died in Rehoboth, Massachusetts, August 22, 1667. Two brothers came to America with him, one of them settling in Virginia. Richard was in Rehoboth, Massachusetts, as early as 1643, remained one year only, but not long afterward returned. He was made freeman, May, 1646, but the colonial records do not show his residence at that time. In 1656 he removed to Newtown, Long Island, but soon returned to Rehoboth, where he resided until his death. He was one of the fifty-eight landed proprietors of Rehoboth. On June 22, 1658, at a "Town meeting lawfully warned" he drew lot No. 19 and also bought the governor's lot valued at oe200. His name appears on the records of the town as early as 1643 and he came there it is said with Roger Williams. The town record recites: "30th of ye 11 month, 1650, quoted to agree with Richard Bullock to perform the office of town clerk, to give him 16s a year and to be paid for births, burials and marriages besides." He married (first) August 4, 1647, Elizabeth, daughter of Richard Ingraham, of Rehoboth. She died January 7, 1659, and he married (second) Elizabeth Billington. Children of first marriage: Samuel, mentioned below; Elizabeth, born October 9, 1650; Mary, February 16, 1652; Mehitable, April 4, 1655; Abigail, August 29, 1657; Hopestill, December 26, 1659; children of second marriage: Israel, born July 15, 1661; Mary, March 13, 1663; John, May 19, 1664; Richard, March 15, 1667."233
Children of Richard1 Bullock and Elizabeth Ingraham were:
There were no children of Richard1 Bullock and Elizabeth Billington.
Children of Hopestill2 Bullock and Joshua Lumbert were:
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